Antibiotic resistance is developing and spreading at a rate that cannot be contained by the development of new drugs. CI is calling on food companies to reduce the use of antibiotics in farming.
Consumers International and World Obesity Federation are calling on the international community to develop a global convention to fight diet-related ill health, similar to the legal framework for tobacco control.
We are building on the testing, awareness raising and lobbying experience of our members to make the case at the international level for reducing salt intake.
Consumers International continues to build on the successes of its Junk Food Generation campaign to stop the promotion of unhealthy food and non-alcoholic beverages to children.
Codex standards are officially recognised international guidelines for ensuring food safety and fair trade practices.